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The Rosebloods

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The Rosebloods

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Location:Bloomington, Indiana
Categorized as:Alt-Rock
Members:John Terrill, Steve Cook., Brian Kearney, Nathan Sturm, Ian Brewer, Phil Reavis
Total Request:15935 (14374 downloads, 1561 plays)
Total Request:15935 (14374 downloads, 1561 plays)
About:
Bloomington, mid-1980s.

John Terrill, rhythm guitar, vocals; Steve Cook, lead guitar; Brian Kearney, Sax; Nathan Sturm, drums;
Phil Reavis, Bass
. (Ian Brewer, Bass, joined later)

Indiana University's legendary chancellor, Herman B. Wells, played a shaken rhythm instrument on at least one of the band's recorded tracks.

The band's polished, surf-derived sound came into focus when Terrill and Cook jammed together acoustically (Terrill has excellent demos of these sessions). Playing the burgeoning alternative tour circuit in Indiana, Illinois and ...  read more

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 Recorded by Paul Mahern and John Terrill 1987

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  • The Rosebloods were my FAVORITE Bloomington band of the 80's!
    by Sarah Kelder on May 04, 2012
  • Peter Ray Gun...I think there are at least two recordings, one from the Black Box show (with the Bluebloods set) and one from the final show in Bryan Park.
    by Phil Reavis on May 03, 2012
  • I know it's technically the Bluebloods but I'd love to find Peter Ray Gun somewhere.....
    by Jason on Apr 17, 2012

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